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File Troff document Lynn Camp Prong Brook Trout Restoration, TN_FY11 Project
This project was focused on removing rainbow trout from Lynn Camp Prong and re-stocking this stream with wild southern Appalachian strain Brook Trout,
Located in Projects / Project Completion Reports
File Troff document Anthony Creek & Little Cataloochee Creek Restoration, TN/NC_FY17 Project
In Anthony Creek and Cataloochee Creek, non-native Rainbow Trout were removed from 2.8 km (1.75 mi) and 6.4 km (4.0 mi) stretches of stream, respectively; native Brook Trout were collected from streams within Great Smoky Mountains National Park and release them into both creeks; and, Brook Trout populations were monitored in during subsequent years to determine success of this project.
Located in Projects / Project Completion Reports
File Restoration of brook trout across their native range using fish toxicants and electrofishing: are we successful ecologically and socially?
PDF of PowerPoint presentation by Matt Kulp, fishery biologist with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and coauthors, reviewing historic and contemporary restoration efforts to restore brook trout using toxicants and electrofishing. Matt surveyed state and agency biologists about projects to remove invasive species and replace brook trout. This presentation and associated database describe the outcomes and factors in success and failures.
Located in Science and Data / Brook Trout Related Publications
Person Troff document Calvert, Patrick
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Project Troff document Reintroduction of Native Brook Trout into Indian Flats Prong, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Brook trout, the only salmonid native to the southeast, have lost about 75% of their historic range due to past logging activities and introduction of non-native trout. In 1993, the National Park Service identified 10 streams that can support native southern Appalachian brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis). The long term goal is to restore historic range of habitat for this native species.
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